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					                  Condominium Conversion Ordinance as Amended
                                June 13, 2006

                 Note: This is not an official copy of the amendments
                to the regulations related to condominium conversions

                          Article 4: Subdivision Regulations
                  Division 5: Condominium Conversion Regulations

§144.0501   Purpose of Condominium Conversion Regulations

            The purpose of the Condominium Conversion Regulations is to allow the
            conversion of apartments to condominiums while protecting the interests of the
            tenants by requiring that tenants receive adequate notice of proposed
            condominium conversions, are advised of their rights with respect to the
            conversion of their apartment to a condominium, and are afforded reasonable
            relocation assistance. It is also the intent of these regulations to protect the
            interests of the community and prospective purchasers by requiring the applicant
            to provide certain information regarding the condition of the structure and to
            require reasonable improvements for the health, safety, and general welfare of the
            public.

§144.0502   When Condominium Conversion Regulations Apply

            This division applies to any development that proposes a change in the ownership
            of a single structure or group of structures used for residential rental units from
            individual ownership of the structure or group of structures to individual
            ownership of the units within the structure or group of structures under a
            condominium plan or to a cooperative or stock apartment project pursuant to State
            law.

§144.0503   Fees and Deposits

            In addition to the fees required by Chapter 11, Article 2, Division 2, Fees and
            Deposits, the applicant shall pay fees to the San Diego Housing Commission in
            an amount equal to $200 for each unit proposed to be converted, plus any
            additional expenses incurred by the City or the Housing Commission to secure
            tenant relocation benefits.. The funds shall be used by the San Diego Housing
            Commission to monitor compliance with the obligations set forth under this
            division, provide technical assistance to tenants in their relocation, and recapture
            legal fees. Nothing contained in this division shall impose a duty upon the City or
            the Housing Commission to pay any relocation benefits to eligible tenants.

§144.0504   Building Conditions Report
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            (a)    A Building Conditions Report shall be prepared in accordance with the
                   Land Development Manual by a California registered architect or engineer
                   licensed by the State of California to perform these services.

            (b)    A condominium conversion shall not be approved until the applicant has
                   submitted the Building Conditions Report and the City has accepted the
                   report as complete.

            (c)    A copy of the Building Conditions Report shall be provided to a
                   prospective purchaser prior to the opening of an escrow account.

§144.0505   Tenant Benefits, Rights and Obligations

            (a)    The subdivider of a condominium conversion project shall provide the
                   benefits specified in section 144.0505(b) to any person whose tenancy in
                   the project the subdivider terminates due to the condominium conversion.

            (b)    The applicant shall provide a relocation assistance payment to all tenants
                   of the project. The relocation payment shall be three months rent based on
                   the current San Diego “fair market rent” for apartment size, as established
                   by the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. The
                   relocation payment shall be paid no later than the day on which the
                   applicant gives notice to the tenant to vacate the premises and shall be
                   based upon the fair market rent at the time of the notice.

§144.0507   Development Regulations for Condominium Conversions

            Prior to final map approval, to the satisfaction of the City Engineer, the following
            improvements shall be completed:

            (a)    Electrical – Electrical system grounding and equipment grounding shall be
                   provided, and electrical receptacle protection shall be upgraded to include
                   ground fault circuit interrupter (GFCI) protection. GFCI protection shall
                   comply with the prevailing Code.

            (b)    Windows – Basements in dwelling units and every sleeping room below
                   the fourth story shall have at least one operable window or door approved
                   for emergency escape or rescue. Windows provided for emergency escape
                   or rescue shall comply with minimum sill height and opening size
                   requirements in the prevailing Code.

            (c)    Smoke alarms – Smoke alarms shall be installed within dwelling units and
                   designed to operate in compliance with the prevailing Code. Smoke
                   alarms shall be interconnected and shall receive their primary power from
                   the building wiring and shall be equipped with a battery backup. Within
                   sleeping rooms smoke alarms shall include a visual notification device to
                   notify hearing impaired occupants.

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            (d)    Landscape – Street trees and street yard landscape shall be provided in
                   accordance with the requirements for condominium conversions in
                   Section142.0402.

            (e)    Building components and systems – Building components and systems
                   with a remaining life of five years or less, as identified in the Building
                   Conditions Report shall be replaced as follows:

                   (1)    Building components necessary to protect occupants and the
                          building from weather exposure such as roof coverings, exterior
                          wall and floor coverings and finishes.

                   (2)    Water heating systems, cooling and heating mechanical systems.

            (f)    Parking – Parking shall be provided in accordance with Section
                   142.0525(a).

§144.0508   Inclusionary Housing Requirement for Condominium Conversions

            Condominium conversion projects of twenty or more units shall satisfy the
            inclusionary housing requirements on-site in accordance with Section 142.1306.

§144.0509   Deviations from the Development Regulations for Condominium
            Conversions

            Deviations to the requirements in Section 144.0507 may be requested in
            accordance with a Process Four Site Development Permit.

§125.0431   Additional Notice for a Condominium Conversion Map

            (a)    For a tentative map for a condominium conversion project, the subdivider
                   shall provide the following notices in addition to the notice provided for in
                   Chapter 11, Article 2, Division 3 (Notice):

                   (1)    Notice to each tenant of the proposed project required in the
                          Subdivision Map Act Section 66427.1; and

                   (2)    Notice to each person applying for the rental of a unit in the
                          proposed project required in Chapter 11, Article 2, Division 3
                          (Notice) and Subdivision Map Act Section 66452.8;

                   (3)    Notice of Tenants Rights and Notices for Condominium
                          Conversion, consistent with the Land Development Manual to be
                          provided as follows:

                          (A)     For existing tenants, within 10 days of the project
                                  application for the condominium conversion being deemed
                                  complete; or
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                          (B)     For prospective tenants, upon application for the rental of a
                                  unit in the proposed condominium conversion.

                   (4)    60 Day Notice of Termination of Tenancy, consistent with the
                          Land Development Manual, provided to each tenant 60 days prior
                          to being required to vacate the property.

                   (5)    Notice of 90 Day Period of First Right of Refusal to Purchase,
                          consistent with the Land Development Manual, provided to each
                          tenant as follows:

                          (A)     Within 5 working days of the issuance of the Subdivision
                                  Public Report, or

                          (B)     90 days prior to the initial public offer for sale if no
                                  Subdivision Public Report is required.

                          (C)     Failure to provide notice within the time period required
                                  shall extend the 90 Day Period of First Right of Refusal to
                                  Purchase to 90 days from the date the notice is provided to
                                  the tenant.

            (b)    The notices required in Section 125.0431(a) shall include a statement
                   advising the tenants that should the condominium conversion be approved,
                   tenants may be required to vacate the premises following any payment of
                   benefits due under Section 144.0505.

§126.0504   Findings for Site Development Permit Approval

            A Site Development Permit may be approved or conditionally approved only if
            the decision maker makes all of the findings in Section 126.0504(a) and the
            supplemental findings in Section 126.0504(b) through (n) that are applicable to
            the proposed development as specified in this section.

            (n)    Supplemental Findings - Condominium Conversions

                   A Site Development Permit required in accordance with Section
                   144.0509, because of potential impacts to the surrounding neighborhood,
                   may be approved or conditionally approved only if the decision maker
                   makes either of the following supplemental findings in addition to the
                   findings in Section 126.0404(a):

                   (1)    The decision maker has considered the project-specific constraints
                          and has determined that the condominium conversion as proposed
                          would, to the maximum extent feasible, address the requirements
                          of Section 144.0507, and has been developed to provide specific
                          community benefits; or
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(2)   Strict adherence to the requirements of Section 144.0507 would
      result in a project that would result in the demolition of structures
      or loss of the architectural character of structures that contribute to
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                                                     Chapter 14
                                     Article 2: General Development Regulations
                                         Division 4: Landscape Regulations

§142.0402             When Landscape Regulations Apply
                                                          Table 142-04A
                                                 Landscape Regulations Applicability
Type of Development Proposal                                                                     Applicable      Required
                                                                                                 Regulations     Permit Type/
                                                                                                                 Decision
                                                                                                                 Process
           Column A                      Column B                     Column C
1.   New structures that equal      Gross floor area (in   Zone or Proposed Use Category
     or exceed the gross floor      square feet)
     area shown (Column B),         1,000 sf               RM or Commercial Zones; or
     and are located in the zone                           Multiple Dwelling Unit Residential    142.0403-
     or are proposing the use                                                                                    Building
                                                           use subcategory or Commercial         142.0407,
     category shown (Column                                                                                      Permit/
                                                           Development                           142.0409,
     C)                                                                                                          Process One
                                    5,000 sf               Industrial Zones; or Industrial       and 142.0413
                                                           Development
2.   Additions to structures or     1,000 sf or 20 percent Multiple Dwelling Unit Residential
     additional structures on       increase               Zones or use subcategory
     developed properties that
     exceed the gross floor area                                                                 142.0403-
     shown or that increase the     1,000 sf or 10 percent Commercial Zones; or Commercial       142.0407,       Building
     gross floor area by the        increase                Development                          142.0409,       Permit/
     percent shown (Column B),                                                                   142.0410(a),    Process One
     and are located in the zone                                                                 and 142.0413
     or are proposing the           5,000 sf or 20 percent Industrial Zones; or Industrial
     category of use shown          increase                Development
     (Column C)
3.   New permanent parking and vehicular use area for four or more vehicles including access     142.0403,       Building
     to the spaces, excluding parking for single dwelling unit uses on a single lot in single    142.0406-       Permit/
     dwelling unit zones                                                                         142.0409,       Process One
                                                                                                 and 142.0413
4.   New temporary parking and vehicular use area for four or more vehicles including access 142.0403,           Building
     to the spaces, excluding parking for single dwelling unit uses on a single lot in single    142.0408,       Permit/
     dwelling unit zones                                                                         142.0409,       Process One
                                                                                                 and 142.0413
5.   Additions or modifications to existing permanent or temporary parking and vehicular use 142.0403,           Building
     area that increase the number of parking spaces by four or more                             142.0408,       Permit/
                                                                                                 142.0409,       Process One
                                                                                                 142.0410(b),
                                                                                                 and 142.0413
6.   Single dwelling unit residential use projects proposing new private or public rights-of-way 142.0403,       Building
                                                                                                 142.0409,       Permit/
                                                                                                  and 142.0413   Process One
7.   Projects proposing slopes with gradients steeper than 4:1 (4 horizontal feet to 1 vertical  142.0403,       Building
     foot) that are 5 feet or greater in height                                                  142.0411,       Permit/
                                                                                                 and 142.0413    Process One
8.   Projects creating disturbed areas of bare soils, or projects with existing disturbed areas  142.0403,       No permit
                                                                                                 142.0411,       required by this
                                                                                                 and 142.0413    division
9.   All City owned property, dedicated in perpetuity for park or recreation purposes, within                    No permit is
     100 feet of a structure.                                                                                    required by this
                                                                                                                 division if work
                                                                                                                 is performed in
                                                                                                                 accordance
                                                                                                                 with applicable
                                                                                                                 regulations
10. Undeveloped public or private premises, within 100 feet of a structure that contain native   142.0403,       No permit is
    or naturalized vegetation or environmentally sensitive lands.                                142.0412,       required by this
                                                                                                 and 142.0413    division if work
                                                                                                                 is performed in
                                                                                                                 accordance
                                                                                                                 with applicable
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11. New trees or shrubs planted in the public right-of-way.                                    62.0603,           Public Right-
                                                                                               129.0702           Of-Way Permit
                                                                                               142.0403           or Street Tree
                                                                                               and 144.0409       Permit/Process
                                                                                                                  One
12. Condominium Conversions                                                                    142.0403,          No permit
                                                                                               142.0404,          required by this
                                                                                               142.0405(b)(1),    division
                                                                                               142.0409(a),
                                                                                               142.0412,
                                                                                               and 142.0413




§142.0404            Street Yard and Remaining Yard Planting Area and Point Requirements
                                                       Table 142-04C
                                    Street Yard and Remaining Yard Planting Requirements

 Type of Development                 Type of Yard      Planting Area Required                 Plant Points Required (Number of plant points
 Proposal                                              (Percentage of total yard area         required per square foot of total street yard or
                                                                                        (1)                                              (1)
                                                       unless otherwise noted below)          remaining yard area) or required trees
 Single Dwelling Unit               Street Yard                          (2)
                                                                     50%                      0.05 points
 Residential Development in
 RM zones or Multiple Dwelling      Remaining                                                 For single structures on a single lot, provide a
 Unit Residential Development       Yard                                                      minimum of 60 points, located in the remaining
                                                                                                   (2)
 in any Zone                                                                                  yard
                                                              40 Square Feet per Tree
                                                                                              For more than one structure on a single lot, provide
                                                                                              one tree on each side and in the rear of each
                                                                                                        (2)
                                                                                              structure
 Condominium Conversion             Street Yard                            (5)                0.05 points
                                                                     50%
                                    Remaining
                                                                       NA                     N/A
                                    Yard
 Commercial Development in          Street Yard                            (3)                0.05 points to
 any Zone or Industrial                                              25%                                                 (3)
                                                                                              be achieved with trees only
 Development in RM Zones or
 Commercial Zones                   Remaining
                                                                       30%                    0.05 points
                                    Yard
 Industrial Development in any      Street Yard                          (4)
                                                                     25%                      0.05 points
 zone other than RM or
 Commercial Zones                   Remaining                      See Section
                                                                                              0.05 points
                                    Yard                           142.0405 (d)


Footnotes to Table 142-04C
        1
                 See Section 142.0405(a)
        2
                 See Section 142.0405(b)
        3
                 See Section 142.0405(c)
        4
                 See Section 142.0405(d)
          5
                     See Section 142.0405(b)(1)

§142.0409            Street Tree and Public Right-of-Way Requirements

                     (a)         Street Tree Requirements

                                 When new structures, additions to structures, condominium conversions,
                                 or new vehicular use areas are subject to this section in accordance with
                                 Table 142-04A, street trees within the parkway shall be provided in
                                 accordance with the following regulations.
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                                   Article 2: General Development Regulations
                                         Division 5: Parking Regulations

§142.0505            When Parking Regulations Apply

                     These regulations apply in all base zones and planned districts, with the exception
                     of those areas specifically identified as being exempt from the regulations,
                     whether or not permit or other approval is required.

                     Table 142-05A identifies the applicable regulations and the type of permit
                     required by this division, if any, for the type of development shown.

                                                         Table 142-05A
                                                Parking Regulations Applicability

 Type of Development Proposal                              Applicable Regulations             Required Permit Type/
                                                                                              Decision Process
 Any single dwelling unit residential development          Sections 142.0510 , 142.0520 and   No permit required by this division
                                                           142.0560
 Any multiple dwelling unit residential development        Sections 142.0510, 142.0525 and    No permit required by this division
                                                           142.0560
 Any nonresidential development                            Sections 142.0510, 142.0530, and   No permit required by this division
                                                           142.0560
 Multiple dwelling unit projects in planned urbanizing     Section 142.0525(c)                No permit required by this division
 communities that are processing a planned development
 permit.
 Condominium conversion                                    Section 142.0525(a)                No permit required by this division
 Off-premises parking for development in urbanized         Section 142.0535                   No permit required by this division
 communities
 Commercial uses on small lots                             Section 142.0540(a)                No permit required by this division
 Nonresidential developments that exceed maximum           Section 142.0540(b)                Neighborhood Development Permit /Process
 permitted parking                                                                            Two
 Nonresidential developments that vary from minimum        Section 142.0540(c)                Site Development Permit/Process Three
 parking requirements with a TDM Plan
 Shared parking for specified uses                         Section 142.0545                   No permit required by this division
 Shared parking for nonspecified uses                      Section 142.0545(b)(7)             Neighborhood Development Permit/ Process
                                                                                              Two
 Tandem Parking for commercial uses                        Section 142.0555(b)                Neighborhood Development Permit/ Process
                                                                                              Two


§142.0525            Multiple Dwelling Unit Residential Uses — Required Parking Ratios

                     (a)        Minimum Required Parking Spaces. The required automobile parking
                                spaces, motorcycle parking spaces, and bicycle parking spaces for
                                development of multiple dwelling units, whether attached or detached, and
                                related and accessory uses are shown in Table 142-05C. Other allowances
                                and requirements, including the requirement for additional common area
                                parking for some projects, are provided in Section 142.0525(b) through
                                (d).
                                                      Table 142-05C
                                          Minimum Required Parking Spaces for
                                  Multiple Dwelling Units and Related and Accessory Uses




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 Multiple Dwelling Unit Type and                      Automobile Spaces Required                        Motorcycle              (5)
                                                                                                                         Bicycle Spaces
 Related and Accessory Uses                               Per Dwelling Unit                           Spaces Required
                                                                                                                          Required Per
                                                      (Unless Otherwise Indicated)                     Per Dwelling
                                                                                                                          Dwelling Unit
                                                                                                           Unit
                                               (1)                     (2)            Parking
                                       Basic              Transit Area or                  (4)
                                                              Very Low               Impact
                                                                      (3)
                                                             Income
 Studio up to 400 square feet            1.25                     1.0                   1.5                0.05                0.3
 1 bedroom                                1.5                    1.25                  1.75                 0.1                0.4
 or studio over
 400 square feet
 2 bedrooms                               2.0                    1.75                  2.25                 0.1                0.5
 3-4 bedrooms                            2.25                     2.0                   2.5                 0.1                0.6
 5+ bedrooms                             2.25                     2.0            (See footnote 6)           0.2                1.0
                            (8)
 Condominium conversion
     1 bedroom or studio over 400        1.0                     0.75                  1.25                N/A                N/A
        square feet
     2 bedrooms                           1.25                    1.0                    1.5                N/A                N/A
     3+ bedrooms                           1.5                   1.25                   1.75                N/A                N/A
 Rooming and boarding house         1.0 per boarder        0.75 per boarder      1.0 per boarder      0.05 per boarder   0.30 per boarder
 Residential care facility          1 per 3 beds or       1 per 4 beds or per   1 per 3 beds or per         N/A                N/A
 (6 or fewer persons)                  per permit               permit                permit
 Transitional Housing               1 per 3 beds or       1 per 4 beds or per   1 per 3 beds or per        N/A                N/A
 (6 or fewer persons)                  per permit               permit                permit
 Accessory uses                       Retail Sales:          Retail Sales:         Retail Sales:           N/A                N/A
                          (7)        2.5 per 1,000           2.5 per 1,000         2.5 per 1,000
 (Spaces per square feet )
                                      Eating and             Eating and            Eating and
                                    Drinking Estb.:        Drinking Estb.:       Drinking Estb.:
                                     5 per 1,000            5 per 1,000           5 per 1,000
Footnotes for Table 142-05C
   1
        Basic. The basic parking ratio applies to development that does not qualify for the transit area parking
        ratio or the very low income parking ratio and that is at least partially within a Parking Impact Area as
        described in Chapter 13, Article 2, Division 8 (Parking Impact Overlay Zone). Development qualifying for
        either the transit area or very low income parking ratio that are also within a Parking Impact Area shall also
        use the basic parking ratio.
   2
        Transit Area. The transit area parking ratio applies to development that is at least partially within a transit
        area as described in Chapter 13, Article 2, Division 10 (Transit Area Overlay Zone) or that is subject to
        Chapter 13, Article 2, Division 11 (Urban Village Overlay Zone).
   3
        Very Low Income. The very low income parking ratio applies to dwelling units limited to occupancy by
        very low income households and development covered by an agreement with the San Diego Housing
        Commission pursuant to Chapter 14, Article 3, Division 7 (Affordable Housing Density Bonus
        Regulations).
   4
        Parking Impact. The parking impact ratio applies to development that is at least partially within a
        designated beach impact area or a campus impact area as described in Chapter 13, Article 2, Division 8
        (Parking Impact Overlay Zone), unless otherwise noted.
   5
        Bicycle. Bicycle racks are not required for a dwelling unit with a garage accessible only by residents of the
        dwelling unit.
   6
        5+ Bedrooms in Parking Impact Areas. Beach impact area: 2.5 spaces per dwelling unit. Campus impact
        area: 1 space per bedroom.
   7
        Accessory Uses. Square footage includes gross floor area plus floor area that is below grade and excludes
        floor area devoted to parking.
  (8)
        Condominium conversion. Existing parking located in required front yards shall not be counted toward
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§ 142.1306   General Inclusionary Affordable Housing Requirements

             (a)   At least ten percent (10%) of the total dwelling units in the proposed
                   development shall be affordable to targeted rental households or targeted
                   ownership households in accordance with Section 142.1309. For any
                   partial unit calculated, the applicant shall pay a prorated amount of the in
                   lieu fee in accordance with Section 142.1310 or provide an additional
                   affordable unit. Condominium conversion units affordable to and sold to
                   households earning less than 150 percent (150%) of the area median
                   income pursuant to an agreement entered into with the San Diego Housing
                   Commission shall not be included in the dwelling units total for purposes
                   of applying the ten percent inclusionary housing requirement.

             (b)   With the exception of condominium conversions of twenty or more
                   dwelling units the requirement to provide dwelling units affordable to and
                   occupied by targeted rental households or targeted ownership households,
                   can be met in any of the following ways:

                   (1)    On the same site as the proposed project site;

                   (2)    On a site different from the proposed project site, but within the
                          same community planning area. Nothing in this Division shall
                          preclude an applicant from utilizing affordable units constructed
                          by another in accordance with this Division upon approval by the
                          Housing Commission in accordance with the standards set forth in
                          the Inclusionary Affordable Housing Implementation and
                          Monitoring Procedures Manual;

                   (3)    On a site different from the proposed project site and outside the
                          community planning area if the applicant has obtained a variance
                          in accordance with Section 142.1304. Nothing in this Division
                          shall preclude an applicant from utilizing affordable units,
                          constructed by another applicant in accordance with this Division,
                          upon approval by the Housing Commission pursuant to the
                          standards set forth in the Inclusionary Affordable Housing
                          Implementation and Monitoring Procedures Manual;

                   (4)    Payment of an in lieu fee in accordance with the provisions of
                          Section 142.1310; or

                   (5)    Any combination of the requirements of this Section.

             (c)   Condominium conversions of twenty or more dwelling units shall satisfy
                   the requirement to provide dwelling units affordable to and occupied by
                   targeted rental households or targeted ownership households on the same
                   site as the condominium conversion.



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§143.0302           When Supplemental Neighborhood Development Permit and Site
                    Development Permit Regulations Apply

                                               Table 143-03A
                   Supplemental Neighborhood Development Permit or Site Development Permit
                                          Regulations Applicability

 Type of Development Proposal              Applicable Sections                                          Required Development
                                                                                                        Permit/Decision Process
 Affordable/In-Fill Housing Projects       143.0910, 143.0915, 143.0920                                 SDP/Process Four
 with Deviations
 Site Containing Environmentally           143.0101-143.0160, 143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0350, 143.0375,   NDP/Process Two or
 Sensitive Lands                           143.0380                                                     SDP/Process Three or Four
 Site Containing Historical Resources      143.0201-143.0260, 143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0360, 143.0375,   NDP/Process Two or
                                           143.0380                                                     SDP/Process Four
 Fences or Retaining Walls Exceeding the   143.0303, 143.0305, 142.0350, 143.0375                       NDP/Process Two
 Permitted Height
 Relocated Building Onto a Site With an    143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0345, 143.0375                       NDP/Process Two
 Existing Building
 Site with Previously Conforming           127.0102, 143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0375                       NDP/Process Two
 Conditions
 Nonresidental Development Exceeding       142.0540(b), 143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0375                    NDP/Process Two
 the Maximum Permitted Parking
 Shared Parking for Uses Not Listed in     142.0545(b)(7), 143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0375                 NDP/Process Two
 Section 142.0545(c)
 Commercial Development With Tandem        142.0555(b),143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0375                     NDP/Process Two
 Parking
 Previously Conforming Parking for a       142.0510(d)(4), 143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0375                 NDP/Process Two
 discontinued use
 Mobilehome Parks in RM Zones              143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0340, 143.0375                       NDP/Process Two
  Mobilehome Parks in RS, RX Zones         143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0340, 143.0375                       SDP/Process Three
 Discontinuance of Mobilehome Park         141.0410-141.0440, 132.0801-132.0804, 143.0303, 143.0305,    SDP/Process Three
                                           143.0375, 143.0380
 Multiple Dwelling Unit Development that   142.0525(b), 143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0375, 143.0380          SDP/Process Three
 Varies from Minimum Parking
 Requirements
 Nonresidental Development (With TDM       142.0525(b), 143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0375, 143.0380          SDP/Process Three
 Plan) that Varies from Minimum Parking
 Requirements
 Community Plan Implementation             132.1401-132.1405, 143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0375,143.0380     SDP/Process Three
 Overlay Zone
 Mission Trails Design District            132.1201-132.1205, 143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0375,143.0380     SDP/Process Three
 Development Within the Urban Village      132.1101-132.1110, 143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0375, 143.0380    SDP/Process Three
 Overlay Zone
 Public improvements on More Than          142.0601-142.0670, 143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0375,143.0380     SDP/Process Three
 3,000 Feet of Frontage or Where City
 Standards Do Not Apply
 Manufactured Slopes in Excess of 25%      142.0101-142.0149, 143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0375,143.0380     SDP/Process Three
 Gradient and 25 Feet in Height
 Affordable Housing in RE, RS, RX, RT,     143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0310, 143.0320, 143.0375,143.0380,   SDP/Process Three
 AR Zones                                  143.0710-143.0740
 Affordable Housing with Deviations from   143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0310, 143.0320, 143.0375,143.0380,   SDP/Process Four
 Development Regulations                   143.0760
 Condominium Conversions with              143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0360, , 143.0375,                    SDP/Process Four
 Deviations from Development
 Regulations
 Multiple Dwelling Unit Development in     143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0310, 143.0320, 143.0375,143.0380    SDP/Process Three
 RM Zones Involving Lot Consolidation
 and Exceeds Number of Units Indicated
 in Table 126-05A
 Clairemont Mesa Height Limit Overlay      132.0401-132.0406, 143.0303, 143.0305, 143.0375,143.0380     SDP/Process Five
 Zone




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